: Los Angeles filmmaker Charles Burnett discusses African American representation in films, the early days of the UCLA Film School "wave" in the mid-1970s, and the filmmaking and cultural scene of the era, as well as his career in Hollywood and in independent cinema.Collection Guide
: Pacific Film Archive Audio Recordings CollectionAccession Numbers
: 4000-01-3083; 4000-01-3084Rights
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